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USDCHF, M5, 2013.08.08
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newdigital, 2013.08.08 15:57
2013-08-08 12:30 GMT (or 14:30 MQ MT5 time) | [USD - Jobless Claims (Initial Claims)]
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U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Edge Up To 333,000, Below Estimate :
First-time claims for U.S. unemployment benefits showed a modest
increase in the week ended August 3rd, according to a report released by
the Labor Department on Thursday, although claims still came in below
The report showed that initial jobless claims
edged up to 333,000, an increase of 5,000 from the previous week's
revised figure of 328,000.
Economists had expected jobless claims to climb to 336,000 from the 326,000 originally reported for the previous week.
It was some low/medium impacted news events from Europe at 08:00 GMT (10:00 MQ MT5 time). But ... after that - we had some low impacted news from China - CNY New Loans by People's Bank of China (latest press release is here.
So, EURUSD price was started to move on right way at 08:00 based on European news, but some news from China at 08:05 ... the price started to thinking about (seems - translating) ... and decided to go back.
This is the proof :
EURUSD, M5, 2013.08.09
thinking ... go back
USDCAD, M5, 2013.08.09
newdigital, 2013.08.09 15:13
If actual > forecast = good for currency (for CAD in our case)
Led by declines among youths, employment decreased by 39,000 in July,
and the unemployment rate rose 0.1 percentage points to 7.2%. With this
decrease, employment gains have averaged 11,000 per month over the past
six months, slower than the average of 27,000 observed during the
preceding six-month period.
USDJPY, M5, 2013.08.12
usdjpy gdp for 44 pips movement
newdigital, 2013.08.12 08:23
2013-08-11 23:50 GMT (or 2013-08-12 01:50 MQ MT5 time) | [JPY - Gross Domestic Product (GDP)]
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Japan GDP Slows To 0.6% On Quarter In Q2
Japan's gross domestic product added just 0.6 percent in the second
quarter of 2013 compared to the previous three months, the Cabinet
Office said in Monday's preliminary report.
The headline figure missed forecasts for an increase of 0.9 percent, which would have been unchanged from the first quarter.
On a yearly basis, GDP was up 2.6 percent - well shy of expectations for 3.6 percent following the 4.1 percent gain in Q1.
2013-08-13 08:30 GMT (or 10:30 MQ MT5 time) | [GBP - Consumer Prices Index]
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GBPUSD, M5, 2013.08.13
EURUSD, M5, 2013.08.13
eurusd : retail sales moved the price up to 54 pips
newdigital, 2013.08.13 18:04
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U.S. Retail Sales Show Continued Growth Despite Pullback In Auto Sales
Retail sales in the U.S. rose for the fourth consecutive month in
July, according to a report released by the Commerce Department on
Tuesday, although the sales growth was slightly weaker than expected due
to a notable drop in auto sales.
The report said retail sales edged up by 0.2 percent in July following an upwardly revised 0.6 percent increase in June.
had expected sales to rise by 0.3 percent compared to the 0.4 percent
increase originally reported for the previous month.
German IFO - Business Climate at 08:00 GMT (or 10:00 MQ MT5 time) with 94 pips movement for EURUSD and USDCHF
newdigital, 2013.08.27 14:51
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German Business Morale At 16-Month High :
Confidence among German businesses continued to improve, reaching a
16-month high in August, as companies are more satisfied with their
current situation amid the economy moving up a gear.
confidence index improved more-than-expected to 107.5 in August, the
highest since April 2012, from 106.2 in July, results of an Ifo
Institute survey, based on 7,000 responses, showed Tuesday. Economists
had forecast the index to rise to 107 in August.
EURUSD, M5, 2013.08.27
+53 pips for EURUSD
USDCHF, M5, 2013.08.27
41 pips fpr USDCHF
USDCHF, M5, 2013.08.28
USDCHF movement based on UBS Consumption Indicator news event
newdigital, 2013.08.28 08:32
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UBS consumption indicator: virtually no change in consumer sentiment :
The UBS consumption indicator
remained virtually unchanged in July. An increase in new car
registrations was balanced by gloomier consumer sentiment and a weaker
Zurich/Basel, 28 August 2013 – The UBS
consumption indicator remained virtually unchanged in July at 1.41 index
points compared with the previous month (revised down from 1.44 to
1.41), continuing a trend that has been ongoing since April.
Swiss consumers registered significantly more new cars in July than
in the previous month; new car registrations rose by 14.4% after figures
are seasonally adjusted. Compared with the same month last year, the
number of new car registrations was also up sharply, increasing by 5.3%
to 26,333 new car registrations. Following a weak first six months which
saw a considerable decline of 11.8%, the second half of 2013 began
somewhat more positively for the automotive sector.
GBPUSD, M5, 2013.08.28
BoE with 95 pips of the movement
newdigital, 2013.08.28 16:55
EURUSD, M5, 2013.08.29
eurusd +42 pips movement
USDCHF, M5, 2013.08.29
USDCHF with +41 pips movement
newdigital, 2013.08.29 16:16
U.S. Economy Grew Faster Than Initially Estimated In Q2 :
Reflecting revisions to imports and exports, the Commerce Department released a report on Thursday showing that the U.S. economy grew by more than previously estimated in the second quarter.
report said GDP increased by 2.5 percent in the second quarter,
reflecting an upward revision from the advance estimate of 1.7 percent
Economists had been anticipating a somewhat more modest upward revision to the pace of GDP growth to about 2.2 percent.
Commerce Department said the upward revision the pace of GDP growth
primarily reflected an upward revision to exports and a downward
revision to imports, which are a subtraction in the calculation of GDP.
report said exports rose by 8.6 percent compared to the previously
reported 5.4 percent growth, while imports increased by 7.0 percent
versus the initially estimated 9.5 percent jump.